Fracture of radius and ulnar bone, soft tissue swelling
Radius, ulna, carpals, distal humerus
The patient may sit alongside of xray table.
Place the arm of the patient on the table in supine position with straight elbow.
The upper arm, elbow, and forearm all are resting on the table, ideally.
The humeral epicondyles are equal distances from the IR.
Size: 10’’x12’’ Orientation: Portrait
Central ray is perpendicular to the image receptor at the middle portion of forearm.
Collimate anteroposteriorly to the margins of the skin, distal to the finger tips and proximally include one third of distal radius and ulna.